Gaming Twitter and Lessons From George Carlin
My NBA Finals, Game 1, 9 p.m. morning train reads:
- Have stocks reached "a permanently high plateau"? Or: Whatever happened to market corrections? (LA Times)
- Why Impact Investing Has Reached a Tipping Point (Knowledge@Wharton)
- What George Carlin Can Teach You About Pitch Books (Alternative Investment Research)
- “Asteroid worth $10,000 quadrillion ‘could transform global economy’” (Climateer Investing)
- The U.S. Has Forgotten How to Do Infrastructure (Bloomberg View)
- Leaving the Paris Agreement Would Be Indefensible (the Atlantic) but see Russia backs the Paris agreement on climate change as Donald Trump set to announce U.S. decision (Independent)
- Is Singapore a Libertarian Paradise? (Foundation for Economic Education)
- How Twitter Is Being Gamed to Feed Misinformation (New York Times)
- What Gets Stolen From Restaurants? Everything (Bloomberg)
- The Epic Cavs-Warriors Rivalry Is Rooted in Lucky Breaks. Really. (Wall Street Journal); see also How Can The Cavs Beat The Warriors At Basketball? By Playing Football (FiveThirtyEight)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with William Sharpe, winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences and creator of the capital asset pricing model and the Sharpe ratio, a method for calculating risk-adjusted return.
This is what the demise of oil looks like
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